You may have noticed this little orange icon in different places on Change Everything. It means that you can get a news feed for that page (sometimes called an RSS feed or an XML feed).
A news feed is a simple, powerful way to track changes and additions to a web site, especially a blog or news site. It's a constantly updated version of one (or more) web pages, which you can subscribe to using a "newsreader" or "news aggregator".
If you notice a web site has a little orange button or a piece of text that says "XML", "RSS" or "Atom", those are links to a news feed. By using a newsreader to subscribe to news feeds from your favourite web sites, you can spend twenty minutes reading all your favourite news sources in one place, instead of hours flipping from one site to the next.
ChangeEverything.ca offers news feeds that let you keep track of new changes and blog posts in many ways, from keeping tabs on all the new posts with a particular keyword to skimming the latest of everything. Just look for the little orange icon -- it can appear within the page or in your browser's address bar -- or click here for a list of RSS feeds available from Change Everything.
Some text adapted from RSStocracy.com